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about that, i found, interesting. >> it is said that bill clinton wanted to be a great demand. he felt like he didn't have an opportunity for the kind of challenge that might have made him perceive is a great man. >> it is related to war, which in a sense is something not he meant it that way, but unattractive about talking about it. >> nevertheless. >> i think that goes to obama in a sense. he powerfully feels that the formative experience in his life in terms of foreign policy that they shaped his thinking about his term in office is as recent as the iraq war. this is not somebody shaped by vietnam or rwanda. what is shaping him is the notion of disastrous geopolitically and humanistic lee disastrous intervention in iraq. it makes them think many times over about getting involved in something like serial. >> sitting in the chair you sit in now was his former secretary of defense who for that same reason advice and not to go into libya. >> i know. secretary gates advised not to go to libya. and then advised him on syria as well. and, they had differences over osama bin laden. i find t
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in touch with bill clinton. bill clinton of course is a very self-indulgent pride as we learned during the monica wolinsky year. i got to know clinton very well during his presidency and he really did try to reach out in a number of ways. he had a fax machine at the white house that he gave out to his friends around the country who could send him a note direct late to tell him what they think about his policies, his speeches and so on and he read them and go back to his friends. i thought that was a positive thing he did. there were many times where he taught to people. he was notorious for being late. part of the reason he was late as he was talking to individuals. if you could get the minute private moment, he lets you keep talking. a lot of us i was still at the rating for bill clinton all the time. when he did an interview with him, i did a number of times committee benefited he cares he wanted to know what you are thinking about as a reporter. talk about flattery when the president asks what do you think about this? part of it is public relations. but he was interested. there were
found really interesting. >> rose: it is said that bill clinton wanted very much to be a great man and he felt like he didn't have an opportunity for the kind of challenge that might have made him be perceived as a great man. >> and it was related to war which in a seasons is something -- not that clinton necessarily meant it that way but there's something unattractive -- >> rose: i never had a war so therefore i can't be a great man. >> but i think that goes to obama in a sense that and it goes the syria debate. i think he powerfully feels that the formative experience in his life in terms of foreign policy that is shaped all his thinking about his term in office is as recent as the iraq war. this is not somebody shaped by vietnam, not somebody shaped by bosnia or kosovo or rwanda. what's really shaping him is the notion of disastrous geopolitically and humanistally disastrous intervention in iraq makes him think not once but twice and many, many times over about getting involved in something like syria. >> rose: yeah, but the chair you sit in now sitting in that chair was his for
you hear what she says about former president bill clinton. bill clinton. that's coming up. hungry for the best? it's eb. want to give your family the very best in taste, freshness, and nutrition? it's eb. want to give them more vitamins, omega 3s, and less saturated fat? it's eb. eggland's best eggs. eb's. the only eggs that make better taste and better nutrition... easy. eggland's best eggs. better taste. better nutrition. better eggs. it's eb. >>> off-the-record for just a minute. maybe it's my wisconsin upbringing, the government did it again. prediction of snow and the federal government went into usual panic mode and shut down the government for today. i thought it was overreacting. there just isn't that much snow. i was wondering today if i had it all wrong. i turned to kristen powers in the makeup room and asked her opinion. before she could answer i said never mind, kirsten. she is from alaska. she gets it a little snow doesn't scare kirsten powers. if the conditions are so bad in d.c. how come everyone here at fox news channel in d.c. managed to get here to work and on ti
of the former president, bill clinton. while she admits that they are political adversaries, she also confesses she has a very special affection for bill clinton. listen to this. >> my husband, bill clinton, and i have become great friends. and bill visits us every summer. and we don't agree politically, but we don't talk politics. bill's father wasn't around. and i think that he thinks of george a little bit like the father he didn't have. and he's very loving to him. and i really appreciate that. and when they went on that long tsunami trip, george told me bill insisted he stay in the bed. and bill insisted he was taken care of, and that was really nice. i love bill clinton. maybe not his politics. >> all right. she says maybe not his politics, but i love bill clinton. very, very nice words from barbara bush. let's discuss what she said a little bit more with our senior political analyst, ron braunstein, joining us from los angeles. there is a little family rivalry. you probably remember the 1992 election when bill clinton, the challenger, beat the incumbent, george h.w. bush. >> yeah, we kno
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's the thing, democrats -- >> barack obama had no issues in his ads. bill clinton. >> i'm sorry, go ahead. >> we didn't actually need this to happen for us to be credible against chris christie, to have a credible candidacy against chris christie. he's still outside -- you should like him more. he's outside of the mainstream. he's vetoed planned parenthood funding five times. >> now democrats are accusing christie of the far right extreme? >> my tax dollars need to go to planned parenthood. >> he's taxing the middle class. so democrats and independents have lots of reasons to be confident about chris christie. this is something he did to himself. >> those are fair policy debates to have. but i think it shows how scared democrats are. are we going to have an election where -- terrible? i don't know. >> i've got something to say. i'm not scared of these numbers. you want to talk about something that's scared of these numbers. look at these numbers. brand new poll from pew. in a year, this guy's unfavorables have gone to 17 to 34%. doubled his unfavorable. doubled his unfavorable numbers. >>
ahead and what accounts as disqualifying right after this. >>> how did bill clinton survive when anthony weiner crashed and burned. i'll be talking about that next. when does a scandal disqualify a political figure from holding public office? tweet your answers or post at facebook.com/chris. i'll share a couple in the show. stay with us. [ female announcer ] some people like to pretend a flood could never happen to them. and that their homeowners insurance protects them. [ thunder crashes ] it doesn't. stop pretending. only flood insurance covers floods. ♪ visit floodsmart.gov/pretend to learn your risk. >>> bad news for chris christie, the bridge scandal is entering the pop mockery stage. culminating in this epic takedown on jimmy fallon. >> the day we sweat it out on the streets ducking traffic on the gwb. they shut down the toll booths of glory because we didn't endorse christie. ♪ we stuck cheek to cheek with blue collar truckers and, man, i really gotta take a leak but i can't. i'm stuck in governor chris christie leading the new jersey traffic jam. >> that was bruce springsteen
against bill clinton. it would have been nice to see him run again against bill clinton's wife, hold her feet to the fire. you never know, we'll miss him. he might change his mind. >> the entertainment value would be worth it. >> i would like to give a hit to the israeli defense minister who in private conversations asailed john kerry's diplomacy accusing him of incomprehensible messinism. he said, please, mr. secretary, take your nobel peace prize and leave us be. excellent advice. i hope the committee is getting the prize ready. >> the hit from the intelligence committee which came up with a sober and bipartisan report into the benghazi attacks in 2012. i think they laid out the facts very usefully and said attacks were preventible and raised important questions about the way the state department and hillary clinton handled the episode before, during and after benghazi. get set to have a long debate over this in the road up to the 2016 presidential race. the israelis apologize for the defense minister then? >> it was, as they say, a gaffe. the inuitingunwitting speaking of truth. >> fo
starting in 1976, before most voters were born. most recently in 1992 against bill clinton. it would have been nice to see him run against bill clinton's wife, holding her feet to the fire. and we will miss him, but he may change his mind. >> the entertainment value would be worth it. >> i want to give a hit to secretary of state diplomacy and accusing him of incomprehensible mesianism with the peace process. he said "please, mr. secretary, take your nobel peace prize and let us be." excellent advice. i hope the committee in scandinavia is getting the prize ready. >> it is a hit to the senate intelligence committee who came up with a sober and bipartisan report into the benghazi attacks in 2012. sober and bipartisan has not been the debate of benghazi, but they laid out the facts usefully. they said the attacks were preventable and they raised important questions about the way the state department and especially hillary clinton handled the episode before, during and after benghazi. it will have a long run up before the 20 swoun 6 presidential race. >> why did the israeli usa poll. >> to t
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bill clinton was president, than george bush being president, and that race may factor into it. that does not mean we're playing the race card. that does not mean we're racializing the issue. that means we're acknowledging this is a person who comes to this job with a different set of experiences. and frankly, instead of experiences that is more in line, we're becoming a majority minority country. and, you know, that threatens some people. that's not playing the race card that is a conversation we cannot be afraid to have in this country. >> here comes something that always impresses me, the president's candor here. here he is in the new yorker article. on the issue of race and the electorate. he says the electorate is not a republican problem alone. listen to this. there were times in our history where democrats didn't seem to be paying enough attention to concerns of middle class folks or working class folks, black or white. and that is one of the great gifts of bill clinton to the party, to say, you know what? it's entirely legitimate for folks to be concerned about getting
since bill clinton, democrat, republican however you want to phrase it, he's tried to bridge the today. between the rich and the poor. and because there's a gap between the rich and the poor, it's just gotten wider and wider and wider. and as a guy who's in that 1%, i never want to forget about those 99%. those people working hard too. the one thing i hate if retch people is: they actually think they work harder than poor people. they don't. >> you're watching "talk to al jazeera". still to come, scholar cornel west assesses the obama presidency. >> homeowners doing, catching hell, how are workers doing, poor people rendered invisible. >> and ron paul gives his take on political parties. >> all this talk about you're mandela. but first former senator and are presidential candidate ron paul speaks to libby casey. >> what's happening to the republican party, accused of being too white to old? >> forget them. this pretense the parties are different is pure nonsense. both parties endorse the federal reserve. both parties endorse all this oh yeah, we have this big contest and some people g
was younger and does not end -- encourage it and he disagrees with former president bill clinton that he didn't inhale. >> i made a mistake and i never understood that line, the point was to inhale, that was the point. >> recreational marijuana is still against federal law. >>> a high school boy's basketball coach due to a hazing scandal. they fired the head coach after two varsity players were reportedly beaten gagged and duct taped to chairs. >>> well, we are now learning the costs of bart management and the two biggest unions. according to the report, some were talking about negotiations and some went on strike. one bart member said head to cave to union demands and the money spent was not worth it. >>> well, maybe you heard this before but another beautiful january day with regardly -- hardly a cloud in the sky with a touch much fog. wield a few high clouds and we can see you off -- we can see you off in the distance and it is a hazy day, 20s and 30s and 40s and there was a little one coming out of the berkeley hills and it was not as pronounced as it was a couple of days ago. it was hang
illegal. >>> former first lady barbara bush adores bill clinton. she says her husband and mr. clinton are close, and see each other each summer. she has grown fond of him, too. the confession coming in an interview she gave c-span. take a look. >> my husband, bill clinton and i have become great friends. i think that he thinks of george a little bit like the father he didn't have. and he's very loving to him. and i really appreciate that. i love bill clinton. maybe not his politics, but i love bill clinton. >> interesting. >> so there you have it. >> susan, thank you very much. coming up next, a final look at the weather tonight and what to expect tomorrow. i know, it's a lot to take in. that's why i've conducted this comprehensive analysis, comparing my prices to my competitors', so you know you're getting a good deal, even if it's not with me! pretty rad, right? what is she talking about? i have no idea. [ bell rings ] i'll take everything. what?! man on p.a.: comparing rates since back in the day. ♪ [ male announcer ] a car that is able to see, to calculate, to think -- and can r
negative about bill clinton, maybe the clintons would forgive you and let you write another story. if you said something negative about george h.w. bush, you were done until the next administration. about --e questions what aspects of mrs. bush's personality might be seen in her son? >> both of them have long memories. ofbara bush does not let go criticism very easily and i am not sure that george walker bush does either. >> a similar question. are there any passions that a young barbara passed on to her children? understand barbara bush, you need to appreciate that she was a product of her time. the passion was the fact that she had devoted her life to them , to raising a family and to being a good and loyal wife to her husband over the course of his varied careers. an absentee father for many years because he was on the road as a salesman, and as a politician. she was there every night. for george w. bush, it formed a role bond between the two of them. >> some statistics, by the time they made it to the white house, they had been married for 43 years and had lived in 29 different houses
love bill clinton. maybe not his politics but i love bill clinton. >> there you have it. president obama honored dr. martin luther king's legacy of service by visiting a d.c. soup kitchen. the first family helped prepare the daily meals by joining the assembly line making burritos. vice president biden appeared at the national network's annual mlk breakfast. on the holiday, sarah palin took to her facebook to celebrate the day. the former gop wrote to president obama asking him to stop playing the race card. no explanation on what she meant by that. that follows a quote from dr. king's i have a dream speech. >>> later this morning, can anonymous tips justify a police search? today the supreme court hears a case about how far cops can take the words of unnamed tipsters. it raises important questions about the fourth amendment which lays out ho to conduct legal searches and seizures. and that is your dish of scrambled politics. joining me for the first look at politics is "newsday" columnist and political analyst ellis heniken. >> i hope you don't put any anonymous tips in me. >> not
's republican party. we've been there, and thanks to bill clinton and hillary clinton and barack obama and joe biden and al from and a host of new democrats like jack or markell of who have worked their way up the ranks, we decided long ago to be done with all that. there's a lot of people in this room who made al's vision come true. he certainly wouldn't be here if it weren't for the woman he met in the civil rights movement and worked alongside on the war on poverty, the mother of jeannie and sarah and the love of his life, ginger from. [applause] all of us co-sere to haves thank al for the lessons that he taught us. he showed us that ideas matter and obstacles don't. he's a thinner man than he was when he started, but we're stronger because of his thick skin. when our party had to wreak some china, al from was the donkey in the china shop he needed. [laughter] and i think what has meant the most to me over the years is he's just always reminded me that the fickle fashions of washington in the end don't matter. e never cared who was down. he woke up every morning determined to fight for the
, something analogous what bill clinton did. shrug it off. do not direct vengeance towards legislators who are trying to get to the bottom of this. move in a bipartisan way, develop programs. go into areas with democratic mayors who didn't endorse you, do good things, economic development things. he's got to perform like bill clinton performed. bill clinton has a litany of achievements during that year when the house that he was dealing with was trying to impeach him and in fact did impeach him. that's what christie's got to do. i think he's got a huge credibility problem that is going to make it very difficult for him to escape this. >> let me go to michael on. this michael, what do you say he should do? we're assuming he doesn't know how things are going to turn out down the road. >> you're taking that into consideration or not, that into consideration or not, either way, i think christie has done the oh, gee, i didn't know, my bad, we made a mistake. now get back to work. i think the fact is he needs to govern p govern. he needs to go back to doing what governors do in states like new j
and talk about bill clinton so c'mon you know when to use it to get up and and it was america read because for that than what was the president is missing the scandal. the state house district one in the united states for years because it is two different dna over there. the french hearing before the imperium by definition the leaves a palace name is also true by definition makes itself to be higher above the people that they are supposed to have a greater wisdom. was factored in. the supposed act with some common shiites. instead of going around even going back to the middle ages and enforcing this kind of like a senior that he can go and you want to try and oppression of the republican want to go on that day he made himself herself on a pedestal to be mocked in the world their time readers needed it. and anyone who lives in this country. anyone despite what they want to talk about this or that he is responsible everyone who's been hurt the chagrin of my dh every person in the street. i've spoken with are outraged by the good news is that he's going to need time to listen to france needs
clinton have become great friends. >> bill visits us every summer. we don't agree blilly but don't talk politics. they are an unlikely pair. one political adversaries their relationship was icy after the bitter 1992 campaign. in 2004 president george w. bush asked his father and clinton to join forces to help victims of the tsunami and later katrina. >> we took seven trips together and this man whom i always liked and respected, i literally came to love. >> reporter: in the years since, they have visited and shared lunches and talked on the phone. a relationship that blossomed into even more. >> i think he thinks of george a little bit like the father he didn't have. >> people began to joke i was getting so close to the bush family i had become the black sheep son. >> i love bill clinton, maybe not as politics but i love bill clinton. >> her sons call her the silver fox and it shows barbara bush still can command the presence and does say she doesn't think jeb should be running. take heart, jeb bush, your momma doesn't want you to run. >>> wintry rush hour, a messy commute home for many
for bill clinton's presidency, matt bennett worked in the clinton administration. let me start with you, you did a movie with hillary clinton claiming this is what he's about, as i said last night, in mrs. clinton's defense, if this is true, wouldn't you keep a list if people who you backed for office then turned around and refused to back you? what's wrong with having a list of -- these are the ones i like, and these are the ones i don't. >> you know, megan, it's interesting. politicians do that all the time. but it's really the pattern of lists. the clintons like to keep lists, back in the '90s during the clinton administration, when they were in power, they kept lists, sometimes they came into power with lists, like the travel office, they fired everyone in the travel office, and actually criminally indicted some of them, and they were found not guilty, these people use nixonian tactics throughout their career, this is just politics. a lot of democrats are claiming -- i don't understand why i'm on the list, but lists are perfectly understandable in this town. >> one person on the lis
, you know, if you covered bill clinton, that the joke inside the clinton white house was the best place to be was a clinton enemy because he would spend all his time trying to convince you that he was right and would take you under his wing and talk to you about the substance of the issue and spend an awful lot of time with you. that wasn't the kind of petty retribution that we saw in this circumstance. >> certainly wasn't. peter, you wrote a piece this week, let me put it on the screen, a line from that article jumped out at me, "the gop today is an awful brand. it's crucial that the next republican presidential nominee possess a personal brand that transcends his or her party's. if a republican wins in 2016 it will be because he or she wins over a significant number of people who dislike the gop." so how does christie fit into this? >> well, i think christie was by far the best person they had who could have done that. christie had shown he had a reputation for bipartisanship, he had certain important issues like immigration and gay marriage, he had taken a position that was probably
family which she says a famous democrat is one of our favorite people. >> my husband, bill clinton and i have become great friends, and bill visits us every summer and we don't agree politically, but we don't talk politics. i think that he thinks of george a little bit like the father he didn't have, and he is very loving to him. and i really appreciate that. i love bill clinton. maybe not his politics, but i love bill clinton. >> always outspoken. in that c-span interview, mrs. bush says she does not approve of political dynasty. >> it's nice to see her so tender with bill clinton, though. >> so sweet.,,,, >>> a major online retailer wants to ship your delivery before you place an order. the technology predicting customer wishes ahead. >>> and then the launch of another kind of super fast delivery. do you remember what that was? any clue? answer is coming up next on "cbs this morning." >> announcer: this morning's "eye opener" at 8:00 is sponsored by allergen. talk to your doctor today about chronic migraine. reduces headache days for adults with chronic migraine, 15 or more headache da
adviser to presidents george h.w. bush where i first met him, bill clinton and george w. bush. michael mor elll, recently retired as deputy director of the central intelligence agency after more than 30 years of service and during that time he served as acting director. he earned the bash lor's degree of university of akron and master's doog from georgetown. and geoffrey stone, professor at the university of chicago law school. previously clerked for supreme court justice brennan and professor stone also served as dean of the university of chicago law school and the provost of the university. cass sunstein is currently professor of harvard law school. previously administd miministra office of regulatory affairs and attorney adviser at the office of legal con sell and a law clerk for supreme court justice marshall. and last, professor peter swir, professor of georgia institute of technology. previously ohio university's school of law. and co-chair of do not track standards process of the worldwide web consortium. he served as the clinton administration's chief counselor of privacy from 1999
, a debt has taken off, except for a few years under bill clinton's reign, since 28, we offered $17 trillion. there is dlur 15 million in here to study catfish for the usda. inte despite they already do it. in place, we owe china $1.3 million. we have for the borrow money from china against itself. this is insane. >> i think china has 18% of the debt. jonas, you don't worry about this spending bill. you don't think it's too bad. >> it's all essential. it's there to get it passed. that's why it was passed so smoothly. it's essentially to get all the congress to vote for. what they did very smoothly this time, not meeting in the middle, having a shut down, the first in numbers, you are talking ab taking discretionary spending back to the previous administration. i don't know we've done that before. >> that is putting us on a positive direction. it's not perfect. we are still in a deficit. this is as good as it will get out of this current situation. i think we should be glad. >> gary, be as good as it gets? >> i think jonas states it a little bit when he says it's essential. it's esse
's not the puppet of anybody's fate. she made a deal with bill clinton a long time ago, speaking of marriage, get married, she lost washington, she left the business in chicago, a law firm that she was going to go to. instead she turned south and joined up about bill clinton. but i felt about her from the beginning that she believes in her own leadership ability, her own service to the country, and i don't think there's any doubt in my mind that if she runs, and i think she will, it will be because she wants to, not because she was painted into a corner to do it. >> here's why i don't think that's the case. because there is -- i guess here's my point. were it to be the case that she woke up tomorrow and decided she didn't want to run, i think it would be really hard not to. i really think that. i think it matters, the infrastructure is being built. it matters people are going to say to you, you're the best candidate, we don't have anyone else who's very good. what are you going to do to the country? there's momentum that gathers around these decisions particularly with the network of people they'
her son jeb maybe shouldn't run for president, barbara bush says she loves bill clinton. hear why next. you're watching cnn. hey guys! sorry we're late. did you run into traffic? no, just had to stop by the house to grab a few things. you stopped by the house? uh-huh. yea. alright, whenever you get your stuff, run upstairs, get cleaned up for dinner. you leave the house in good shape? yea. yea, of course. ♪ [ sportscaster talking on tv ] last-second field go-- yea, sure ya did. [ male announcer ] introducing at&t digital life. personalized home security and automation. get professionally monitored security for just $29.99 a month. with limited availability in select markets. ♪ with limited availability in select markets. >>> just past the bottom of the hour, you're watching cnn. i'm brooke baldwin. it is a unique partnership, pairing two people on very different sides of the political spectrum. but bill clinton and the man he defeated in that 1992 presidential election, george h.w. bush, have formed a very tight bond since leaving the white house. and now in this ne
in the world, they thought, to keep investigating bill clinton. that was a lame duck president on his way out. christie is somebody who, as you saw on the pugh poll, a national figure with his wings clipped. >> let's talk about polls. unfavorables dropping. among adults aware of the issue, 58%, jackie, say he didn't know anything about the bridge and if you add the new allegations between the hoboken mayor, there was a connection between sandy aid and the development project, you have to wonder how does he keep the numbers from sliding. is there anything, for example, he can do or say in the speech today that could help? >> it's interesting, christie's watching one of his biggest assets turn into a negative. he was a tough talking, straight talking politician who kind of pushed people around, and until this he really didn't get a whole lot of flak for it, and now it's turning against him. he's going to emphasize bipartisanship and divisiveness in washington in the speech. whether or not it's going to help him in the scandal, if it turns out what he's saying is true. but i will say, democrats
clinton have become good friends and >> my -- good friends. >> my husband, bill clinton and i have become great friends. agree politically but we do not talk politics. i think you have to understand beforead someplace that you are critical of someone you should remember that they did not have the advantages that you had as a child, a loving mother and father. i think he thinks of george a little bit like the father he did not have. he is very loving to him. and i really appreciate that. when they went on that long bill insisted that he stay in the bed and was taking care of. i love bill clinton. maybe not his politics. the entire interview will air tomorrow evening. is joining us from kansas on our line for independents on the issue of the presidency in family dynasties. is a time for new faces? i had a recent conversation with the governor of four lupe -- host: we apologize for some of those calls. the quality of the program. barbara bush does not want her son jeb to run for president. jeb bush, the son and brother of former presidents. part of that interview, she says no question he is
showing more love for bill clinton than for her own son, jeb. joining us, john king. good morning, john. >> this is her version of the poltergeist telling jeb, don't run. >> that's perfect. let's listen to a little bit from this c span interview where she talks about her affection for the former president. >> my husband, bill clinton and i have become great friends. i think he thinks of george a little bit like the father he didn't have. he's very loving to him. and i really appreciate that. i love bill clinton. maybe not his politics, but i love bill clinton. >> there's the key sentence right there. i find it interesting when you consider the possibility that her son could run in 2016 and bill clinton's wife could run in 2016 as well. >> it is a fascinating bond. i covered the '92 campaign. the theme of the clinton campaign was that george hw bush was heartless. it was a very tough campaign. and it was a lot of bad blood including from barbara bush after that campaign. this goes back about ten years now. remember after the devastating tsunami in southeast asia, george w. bush asked his
of trying to tax the rich? >> i don't think -- bill clinton did that. he talked about that in the 1990s as the family as a vehicle for social mobility. obama, it's not in his playbook, it's not part of his rhetoric. i don't think he has a whole lot of interest. >> bill clinton -- >> it was a generic idea. >> i'll say this. look it, if obama wants a growth agenda like let's say corporate tax reform, let's say what i'm going to call reasonable and efficient immigration reform, particularly with the brainiacs, college students and kids born here, you know, republicans will play ball with him. it won't have to be partisan gridlock. they'll play ball with him. but if he goes to this sandanista agenda, the gop won't play ball with him. >> that would be the path back politically for barack obama. it makes so much sense, it's almost like -- look, going back to your point about families being the basis for a strong economy, you're so right. you know what barack obama needs? he needs his sister soulja moment where he basically -- you're right, who better to talk about the importance of families t
in washington. to take that leap and look at that next big thing. >> and like bill clinton, he indicated he's going to turn to a lot of executive actions. he said i'm not going to wait for congress, which is a good thing because congress probably isn't going to pass the big measures. so in that way, very much like the clinton era, etch to the personnel, even to john podesta going back to the white house to help out there. >> one of the things he is able to do now because of this option is get some people confirmed whom he couldn't before. but it was very clear also from the oral arguments at the supreme court that the so called recess appointment that has been extensively abused, lawyers on the other side would argue, by both parties over these last years, is in jeopardy because of the way that argument was received by the justices, justices from all sides of it. >> it does. as if the practice is in jeopardy. i doubt the supreme court would completely get away with it, do away with it, ralter. but let's face it. the meaning of recess appointment has been stretched by this president and by p
him out as hillary and bill clinton ran against each other at that time and she ran and lost to sarkozy and they have four children together. >> rose: never married? >> never married which is not that uncommon in france, they were totally a couple, in other words it wasn't that he wasn't committed, but this is as i say, there is nothing, you know, countries that don't have a puritanical morality aren't necessarily amoarl, on the contrarily in programs the thing that struck me is that every moment in someone's life has to be argued out in terms of right and wrong, what do i owe my lover and what do i owe my husband? you think about all the great french films and those films, they are all about what are the proper 6 call ethics for this moment? what do i owe that knee and what do i owe my girlfriend? and so it is not at all and amoarl country, on the contrary i am sure you have spent hours and hours arguing out the ethics of a particular romantic moment, a particular sexual moment, but it seems if you are arguing them out about this circumstance at this moment, it is hard to
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